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End of the year PBIS events excite students

End of the year PBIS events excite students

Quinn Evans, Staffer

May 20, 2019


Filed under Lengel Lingo News

There are many events in the upcoming weeks happening outside of our school. These are all end of the year rewards for positive behavior involving our school-wide PBIS program. First of all, the 8th grade class will be visiting Knoebels on Thursday, May 23. This is a huge trip that the 8th grade class...

Lengel choirs go “Back to the 80s”

Lengel choirs go “Back to the 80s”

Alexis Moore, Staffer

May 9, 2019


Filed under Lengel Lingo News

The Lengel spring choir concert was held on Tuesday night, May 7, at the PAHS Auditorium. All the grades in choir performed the songs they had been practicing since after Christmas. The concert started at 7 pm. The students performing in the concert arrived at the high school at 6:45 pm. Parents who...

I Am Red

I Am Red

Annabella Chaklos, Staffer

May 8, 2019


Filed under ETC, Poetry

I wander around the metal room, risers and platforms hung from the high ceiling. This place was highly industrial, but somehow completely empty. However empty, it had to be taken care of, cleaned, or polished. It’s chrome-like, and fresh. It smells metal, looks metal, and tastes metal. It was haunting,...

America’s Pastimes

America’s Pastimes

Maggie Brennan, Staffer

May 3, 2019


Filed under Lengel Lingo News

Baseball: Baseball is a sport that is played worldwide. It is very popular; in fact, baseball is the 3rd most popular sport in the United States. The game of baseball was invented by a man by the name of Abner Doubleday. It has been a debate for years if Abner Doubleday actually invented baseball, but la...

Teacher Tales: Mrs. Fehr

Teacher Tales: Mrs. Fehr

Hadley Snyder, Staffer

May 3, 2019


Filed under Teacher Tales

Mrs. Fehr’s birthday is December 28th. She teaches 6th grade math at DHHL. She is also the adviser of the 24 Club and works at Schuylkill Achieve. Before working at Pottsville, she worked in Reading. She used to teach 8th grade before she started teaching 6th grade. You can find her in room 206. Her...

Local soccer players attend She Believes Cup

Local soccer players attend She Believes Cup

Kailey Olenick and Aubrey Snyder

May 1, 2019


Filed under Lengel Lingo News

On February 22, the USA Women's Soccer team played at  Talen Energy Stadium in Chester, PA in the She Believes Cup. Talen Energy Stadium is home to the MLS Philadelphia Union. Most of the soccer team, Inferno went to the game. Blue Mountain girls came along also. We all rode a R&J bus on the ...

NCAA March Madness

NCAA March Madness

Caroline Hobbs, Staffer

April 29, 2019


Filed under Lengel Lingo News

The NCAA March Madness tournament started Tuesday, March 19. There were many teams participating in the bracket. Many people thought that Duke would win the men's division, but Virginia actually ended up winning. In the women's division, the majority of people thought Notre Dame would win. However, Baylor...

Lengel students excel at STEM Design Challenge

Lengel students excel at STEM Design Challenge

Maggie Brennan, Staffer

April 29, 2019


Filed under Lengel Lingo News

The K'Nex STEM Design Challenge is a competition where students from all across Pennsylvania compete in a competition using K'Nex pieces, which are very similar to Lego pieces, to build some sort of structure. What needs to be built changes from year to year. The schools competing are broken up into...

Teacher Tales: Mrs. Clemson

Teacher Tales: Mrs. Clemson

Cadence Artz, Staffer

April 29, 2019


Filed under Teacher Tales

  Q: Have you ever wished of being something other than a teacher? Why? A: I have many family members in in the field of education.  From a very young age, I looked up to these people and knew that teaching would be my passion. I had many other potential career interests, but deep down I a...

Lengel holds PSSA Spirit Week

Lengel holds PSSA Spirit Week

Cambria Newberry, Staffer

April 25, 2019


Filed under Lengel Lingo News

During the week before spring break, you may have seen students at DHHL dressed in lots of interesting ways, or you may have even dressed up yourself. This is because DHHL had a "PSSA Spirit Week" in order to bring a little fun to the school before PSSA testing started. On Monday, students wore shirts...

Title I sponsored “STEM Family Night” a success

Title I sponsored “STEM Family Night” a success

Justine Siminitus, Staffer

April 25, 2019


Filed under Lengel Lingo News

DHH Lengel's STEM Family Night was held on March 19. It was an event held in the cafeteria and auditorium for grades 5 through 8. Representatives from the Leonardo DaVinci Science Center came to present at the event. They came to conduct experiments and lead us through stations to help us be creative. The...

Student Spotlight: Julie Stock

Student Spotlight: Julie Stock

Autumn Cover, Staffer

April 23, 2019


Filed under Student Spotlight

Julie Stock is 11 years old. Her favorite special is gym since she plays in two different kinds of sports. She plays soccer and also swims competitively. Her favorite color is teal or purple. Her favorite animal are llamas. In school, her favorite subject is math, and she loves to talk to her friends...

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